Asian Women's Championship 1989

Played in December 1989 in Hong Kong.
Matches were 80 minutes in duration.

Group A
18-12 China         1-0 Taiwan           [HT 1-0] [Hong Kong Stadium, 4058]
        [Wu Weiying 30']
21-12 China         4-1 North Korea      [HT 3-1] [Mongkok Stadium, 3916]
        [Wu Weiying 19' 38', Zhong Yan 35', Liu Ailing 66' / Chu Jong-Ae 20']
21-12 Taiwan        5-0 Thailand         [HT 3-0] [Mongkok Stadium, 3916]
23-12 China         3-1 Thailand         [HT 1-1] [Mongkok Stadium, 2274]
        [Wen Liyoung, Wu Weiying, Zhong Yan / Sunee Kridsanachandee 34']
23-12 Taiwan        3-1 North Korea      [HT 1-1] [Mongkok Stadium, 2274]
        [Shien Su-Jean 24' ??', Chen Pau-Tsai ~FT-3' / Yang Mi-Sun 30']
24-12 North Korea   4-0 Thailand         [HT 2-0] [Mongkok Stadium]

 1.CHINA            3  3  0  0  8- 2  6
 2.TAIWAN           3  2  0  1  8- 2  4
 3.North Korea      3  1  0  2  6- 7  2
 4.Thailand         3  0  0  3  1-12  0

Group B
18-12 Hong Kong     3-0 Nepal            [HT 1-0] [Hong Kong Stadium, 4058]
        [Cherry Tsui Sau-King x2, Ng Fung-Man]
19-12 Japan        11-0 Indonesia        [HT 6-0] [Mongkok Stadium, 1072]
        [Kaori Nagamine 1' (30 seconds) 5' 16' 54' 59', Etsuko Handa 11', Asoko Takakura 18' 33' HT+11' 71', Takako Tezuka FT-1']
22-12 Indonesia     8-0 Nepal            [HT 3-0] [Mongkok Stadium]
22-12 Japan         3-0 Hong Kong        [HT 2-0] [Mongkok Stadium]
        [Kaori Nagamine 4', Chiaki Yamada HT+8' 70']
24-12 Japan        14-0 Nepal            [HT 10-0][Mongkok Stadium]
        [OG, Etsuko Handa x2, Kaori Nagamine x4, Noriko Ishibashi, Kyoko Kuroda, Chiaki Yamada, Futaba Kioka x2, Kazuko Hironaka x2]
24-12 Hong Kong     0-0 Indonesia*       [HT 0-0] [Mongkok Stadium]
        [Sent off: Tsui Sau-King (Hong Kong), Nelce Libak (Indonesia) both 73']
* Following this match, the Indonesian players attacked the Macauan referee Leong Moon-Iam, who had 
  to be escorted to safety by the police.
  

 1.JAPAN            3  3  0  0  28- 0  6
 2.HONG KONG        3  1  1  1   3- 3  4 
 3.Indonesia        3  1  1  1   8-11  4
 4.Nepal            3  0  0  3   0-25  0

Semifinals
26-12 China         7-0 Hong Kong        [HT 4-0] [at Mongkok Stadium, 6090]
        [Zhong Yan x5, Liu Ailing, Sun Qingmei]
26-12 Japan         0-1 Taiwan           [HT 0-1] [at Mongkok Stadium, 6090]
        [Chou Tai-Ying 10']

Third Place Match
29-12 Japan         9-0 Hong Kong        [HT 4-0] [at Hong Kong Stadium, 6674]
        [Futaba Kioka x4 (3 pens), Etsuko Handa x3, Yumi Watanabe, Riko Matsuda]

Final
29-12 China         1-0 Taiwan           [HT 1-0] [at Hong Kong Stadium, 6674]
        [Ma Li 23']

Official best player: Lo Chu-Yin (Taiwan)

Team coaches:
 Hong Kong:   Lee Moon-Wah (or Sammy Yu Wai-Ying)
 Japan:       Tamotsu Suzuki
 Indonesia:   Uan Hermawan
 North Korea: Cho Ying-Il
 China:       Shang Ruihua
 Taiwan:      Chang Teng-Wen
 Thailand:
 Nepal:

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